Overview: The DragonMint T1 miner was declared in November 2017, and it's a coordinated effort between Halong Miners and Bitcoin Core designer Drak. The DragonMint expands on the well-known tube plan of hash-sheets and double fans, with the controller on the best. This outline has been an industry standard throughout the previous quite a long while at server farms and equipment providers in this way, while there is some debate about how comparative it looks to the rivalries, it's just the standard at this point.
Specifications: – 16 TH/s SHA-256 – Chips DM8575 85 GHS per chip, rough power efficiency 0.075 J/GHS – 1480 watts on 220v w/ 1600 Watt MyRig PSU (Pulled 1497 watts during testing) – Fans: dual fan 9 blade variable 4560rpm (equivalent to 6k RPM) (100W) – Ehternet connection – 63 db at 4′ Ambient temp 45f
Overview: INNOSILICON, the world's driving provider of cutting edge mining ASIC, gladly shows its cutting edge X11 minewr, A5 DashMaster, at 30.2GH execution in 750W low power mode and can reach up to 38GH in overclocked mode. It is so exceptional, so a long ways ahead in the field that it has >3.2x mining productivity and up to 2.6x Hash rate advantage over its nearest rival, which implies general 3x better, altogether longer life time, colossal upper hand particularly when hash rate increments quickly, bring down working expense, and higher ROI in all conditions. Savvy purchasers realize that the most secure purchase is to purchase mineworkers that last to make a benefit as opposed to getting to be noticeably out of date. A5 DashMaster is a definitive the beast miner X11 to claim and to exchange for the years to come.
Specifications: – Hash Rate：30.2GH/s(+/-8%, in 750w normal mode) – 38 GH/s(+/-8%, in 1250w overclock mode) – Power Consumption:750W ( normal mode, at the wall, with 93% efficiency PSU, 25°C temperature ) – Chip Type:A5 DashMaster ASIC – Dimensions:Single tube, 400mm(L) x 135mm(W) x 158mm(H) – Weight:4.8KG – Operating Temperature:0°C—85°C (device junction temperature) – Network Connection: Ethernet
Overview: This miner has a hash rate of 15 GH/s. This is cosmically high, yielding a day by day return of more than 2,000%. After power expenses of around $3.00 every day, you'll create over $90.00 every day in income. Dash mining is greatly productive contrasted with different digital forms of money.
The ROI is incredible. Tragically, they are offering out rapidly. We suggest requesting the following accessible Antminer D3.
Specifications: - Hash rate: 15 GH/s (Variation of ±5% is expected) - Power consumption: 1200W (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp). - Dimensions of the miner: 320*130*190mm - Hashing algorithm: X11
Overview: Contrasted with any past gadget packed into its silicon, the S9 has all the more hashing power which is an enormous 14 TH/s (TeraHash every second). We joined an aggregate of 189 chips, spread more than 3 circuit sheets to accomplish this wonderful hashrate.
Specifications: – Hash Rate: 14.0TH/s ±5% – Power Consumption: 1375W + 7% (at the wall, with APW3 ,93% efficiency, 25C ambient temp) – Power Efficiency: 0.098 J/GH + 7%(at the wall, with APW3 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp) – Rated Voltage: 11.60 ~13.00V – Chip quantity per unit: 189x BM1387 – Dimensions: 350mm(L)*135mm(W)*158mm(H) – Cooling: 2x 12038 fan – Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C – Network Connection: Ethernet – Default Frequency: 650M
Overview: Once you setup your Antminer R4 you will see that its user interface has been well designed with the users in mind. It’s very easy to use. All you have to do is enter your wallet address and mining pool settings before you start mining. It is also possible for you to customize settings such as the fan speed or the frequency. Specifications: – Hash Rate: 8.7TH/s ±5% – Power Consumption: 845W +9% (at the wall, with Bitmain’s APW5 PSU,93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp) – Power Efficiency:0.1 J/GH +9% at the wall (with Bitmain’s APW5 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp) – Rated Voltage: 11.60 ~13.00V – Chip quantity per unit: 126 chips (16nm BM1387 ASIC chip) – Dimensions:515mm (L) x 100mm (W) x 222mm (H) – Cooling: Noise52dB (at a test distance of 1M from the air outlet and at ambient temperature of 30°C in a silent room) – Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C – Network Connection: Ethernet – Default Frequency: Automatically set
Overview: In the days since Bitmain reported the AntMiner R4, we have pondered whether the machine truly executes as publicized. After a few hands-on time with the R4, our initial introduction is that it appears to accomplish the adjust of energy, execution and commotion yield Bitmain was shooting for.
Specifications: – Hash Rate 12.5TH/s. A variation of +/- 5% is expected. – Power Consumption 1576W +7% (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temperature) – Power Efficiency 0.126J/GH + 7% (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temperature) – DC Voltage Input 11.60 ~ 13.00V – Chip Type BM1387 – Chip quantity per unit 171 chips – Dimensions 350mm (l) x 135mm (w) x 158mm (h) – Cooling Two 12038 fans. Front fan: 6000RPM, rear fan: 4300RPM – Operating temperature 0°C to 40°C – Network connection Ethernet
Specifications: - Hash Rate 504MH/s. A variation of +/- 5% is expected. - Power Consumption 800W +10% (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temperature) - Power Efficiency 1.6J/MH +10% (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temperature) - DC Voltage Input 11.60 ~ 13.00V - Chip Type BM1485 - Chip quantity per unit 288 chips on four hashing boards, 72 chips on one hashing board - Dimensions 352mm (l) x 130mm (w) x 187.5mm (h) - Operating temperature 0°C - 40°C - Network connection Ethernet